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A growing field

August 18, 2015 Students in Lake Region State College’s fitness technician program have a number of career options open to them, said Tammy Riggin, program director. more »»

‘Mess’ something to find if entertainment is goal

August 18, 2015 Once again, you couldn’t find your keys. You were pretty sure you put them down on the kitchen counter. On top of last weeks’ mail. more »»

Tribal member receives doctorate

August 11, 2015 A Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa member is among six students who graduated last Friday from the University of North Dakota with a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. more »»

‘Ally-Saurus and the First Day of School’ will make kids roar

August 11, 2015 On your first day of school, you become a first grader. That’s a big step because you also become a scholar, a learner. You’ll be someone who gets good grades and someone who likes recess. more »»

Missing ‘Naked at Lunch’ would be a raw deal

August 4, 2015 There’s never enough space in your closet. So maybe it’s time to purge, to donate things that don’t fit anymore. That’d make a lot of room, although there’s one suit you’ll never be able to throw out. more »»

Minot High French students visit France

July 28, 2015 Virginie Vournas, the Minot High School French teacher, and high school French students traveled to France for two weeks in June. more »»

‘Lesser Beasts’ a great book for pig lovers everywhere

July 28, 2015 Never have you felt such pain. You were only walking through your kitchen when you stubbed the Piggy That Had Roast Beef. Yowza, that made you dance. Brought tears to your eyes, too. more »»

Kids enjoy gardening

July 14, 2015 Young gardeners in the Washington Elementary CLC program in Minot like eating veggies from the garden. more »»

Readers lacking in time management might get help here

July 14, 2015 The opportunity arrived on a silver platter. It was almost irresistible, in fact, but the truth is that you’re looking for a new plate because your old one is full. more »»

‘Rusty Summer’ not the right book for everyone

July 7, 2015 You can’t stay home one more minute. It’s summer, the weather’s fine, there are things to do and people to meet. A concert’s being held somewhere nearby. A rally is being held somewhere else. more »»

Learning sign language

June 30, 2015 A class of 6- to 8-year-olds eagerly moved their hands to sign the words for “kangaroo,” “elephant” and “penguin” in a College for Kids class at Minot State University last week. more »»

‘Boo’ cleverly underscored by numerous mini-shocks

June 30, 2015 All your life, you’ve tried very hard to be good. You’ve volunteered your time, given to charity, stood up for kids who are bullied and tried to set a good example. more »»

‘Mix of experiences’

June 9, 2015 Minot State University launched its pre-institute session for The Northern Plains Writing Project Institutes on May 30. more »»

Education briefs

June 9, 2015 Area girls scheduled to attend North Dakota Girls State The following girls from the area are scheduled to attend North Dakota Girls State this week at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks. more »»

‘Breaking Point’ a book you won’t be able to put down

June 9, 2015 When it comes to your job, you’re a crackerjack. You have quite the reputation for doing your best, in fact, which is why colleagues come to you for help. more »»

Baesler: Cabinet already valuable

June 2, 2015 North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler said members of her new Student Cabinet are already providing valuable opinions about how to improve the state’s schools. more »»

Military child education workshop scheduled

June 2, 2015 Parents, professionals and interested adults in Minot are invited to participate in a two-day interactive course through the Military Child Education Coalition. more »»

‘A twistedly-fun and very eye-opening book to have’

June 2, 2015 Borborygmus. That’s the technical term for what you’re experiencing now: great big rumbles from ‘neath your navel. Snarls from your stomach, a reminder that it’s snack time. more »»

Ballet students receive scholarships

May 26, 2015 Three dance students from the Rinat Mouzafarov Institute of Dance and Ballet Theatre have received full scholarships to attend summer intensives at the Ballet Magnificat in Jackson, Miss. more »»

Education briefs

May 26, 2015 Area students win awards Area students won awards in the High School Business Competition held at Dakota College at Bottineau on May 6. more »»



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